For the record, in the context of this question I interpreted “modern” to mean “newer than much of what is currently included”.
Welcome to September. Last month, we had an interesting month for Authors Answer, and the final story was The Personality Dealer. The winner was a tie! Gregory S. Close and Eric Wood won that one.
This month, we’re focusing on education. Not only that, we have three new contributors to welcome! So, say hello to Cyrus Keith, C E Aylett, and Beth Aman. We’ll begin with their answers.
This week, we’re looking at English class in school. There are a lot of novels that are required reading in class, but we don’t always see what we really want to read. So, what do we think should be read?
Define “Modern.” For me, that could include anything written since 1916. So, with that definition in mind, I’m thinking the book in…
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